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Six Steps to a Girl

Sophie McKenzie

Average Review Rating Average Rating 9/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : Simon & Schuster Children's

Published : 2007

Copyright : Sophie McKenzie 2007

ISBN-10 : PB 1-4169-1733-0
ISBN-13 : PB 978-1-4169-1733-5

Publisher's Write-Up

Luke spots Eve at his dad's funeral. She's hot - and she's the perfect distraction from his messed up family life. There's only one problem - she's got a boyfriend. Still, Luke's not going to give up that easily... When he meets Ryan at a party and hears about 'the Six Steps method' to guarantee success with any girl, Luke determines to put it to the test. Step by step, he begins to get closer to Eve - but one step forward seems to mean two steps back, and when he's hospitalised by the jealous boyfriend, he wonders if any girl - even one as gorgeous as Eve - is really worth it....

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Review by Sarah (200609) Rating (9/10)

Review by Sarah
Rating 9/10
Six Steps to a Girl is the first book in McKenzie’s series that looks at teenage relationships. What makes the book so unique is that it's intended for a female audience, but is told from the perspective of a male character, Luke.

Luke see's Eve at his Dad's funeral and is instantly smitten with her. The only problem is she already has a boyfriend. But when Lukes' mate Ryan tells him about the Six Steps that will guarantee him success with any girl, Luke decides to put them to the test.

This is a short, easy read but is really effective at the same time. What I really liked was the fact that it looked at all the relationships between the characters, instead of just focusing on the potential relationship between Luke and Eve. Personally, I felt this made the book more fulfilling as I got more than what I was expecting.

I did find it a little bit predictable in places, but the realistic situations the characters are put in make up for this. Overall, it’s a brilliant read and I would recommend it to anyone that wants to know how guys think when it comes to getting the girl of their dreams.
Sarah (2oth June 2009)

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